These finding aids help locate material at the Institute for American Thought. However, you may also find links to external finding aids, helpful bibliographies, and other types of lists. If you would like to suggest additions to this page please contact the webmaster at firstname.lastname@example.org.
PEIRCE EDITION PROJECT FINDING AIDS
- Peirce Edition Project IAT Finding Aid (last updated October 2012)
- Robin Catalogue of the Papers of Charles S. Peirce – This annotated catalogue (originally written by Richard S. Robin) was made available, with permissions, by Prof. Dr. Michael Otte’s Institut fuer Didaktik der Mathematik at Universitaet Bielefeld in Germany. Please note that the dates given reflect those written in 1967.
MAX H. FISCH ARCHIVES
- Fisch IAT Archives Finding Aid (last updated September 2012)
- Fisch IAT Archives Supplement (last updated January 2012)
This finding aid will assist the researcher in locating materials found in this Archive. The electronic version of this finding aid can be searched by words or phrases using the Find function in Acrobat Reader.
The supplement finding aid deals with materials that are not in the main files, A07-A13, used by Max Fisch during his time with the Peirce Edition Project, but with materials that were received at a later time. This finding aid does not list the contents of every folder in every drawer.
Some files are restricted. The restriction comes for one of several reasons: the material is very rare and needs to have controlled access, the material is an original with copies available elsewhere in the collection, the material is very fragile and should have limited access, or the material is of such a nature that a serious scholar is needed to understand the material fully within its context. Restricted access files are marked with a red dot, ●. The permission of the Director of the Peirce Edition Project or the Director of the Institute for American Thought is needed to access this material.
IAT Online Library Catalog
In late 2013, the IAT began the process of moving its extensive library holdings to a new online library catalog. The new catalog allows researchers to search for specific materials such as books and journals in the Max H. Fisch Library. Eventually, the online catalog will replace the older EndNote Library Catalog.
As of January 2016, over 1,500 of the 14,000 library holdings have been added to the online catalog.
Please contact the IAT Librarian with any questions about the online catalog.
MAX H. FISCH CATALOG
- Max H. Fisch Library IAT Catalog – EndNote file (last updated December 2012)
IU Faculty and Staff can download the latest version of EndNote for free at IUWare. Select the appropriate operating system (Windows, Mac, or Linux). The EndNote program can be found under the “Organization” tab.
This catalog represents the books and journals of the various collections at the Institute for American Thought. You will be able to view and search for the books and journals donated to the IAT by Max H. Fisch, Peter Hare, Carolyn Eisele, Charles Morris, and many more. In order to search for items, just select “All References” at the top left, and perform your search. The ‘Notes’ section of every record will point you to the appropriate section of the library, and call numbers will allow you to easily access the material.
If you find errors or have questions, please do not hesitate to contact the webmaster at email@example.com who will forward the message to the appropriate person.
JOSIAH ROYCE FINDING AIDS
- Harvard University Archives Josiah Royce Inventory (external web link)
ARTHUR BURKS COLLECTION FINDING AIDS
- Arthur Burks IAT Finding Aid (last updated January 2012)
- Arthur Burks IAT Box Inventory (last updated July 2009)
PAUL AND JONATHAN WEISS COLLECTION FINDING AIDS
- IAT Inventory (last updated February 2012)
- IUPUI Special Collections Jonathan Weiss Inventory (last updatedMarch 2009)
- IUPUI Special Collections Paul Weiss Inventory (last updated March 2009)